Posted by Mithrandir from ppp-207-193-239-204.snantx.swbell.net on September 16, 1998 at 19:14:30:
In Reply to: Re: ITS HARRISON FORD WHO BROUGHT INDY TO LIFE posted by WALLACE on September 14, 1998 at 23:53:14:
: : : Highdely-ho, Indy fans. Thing #1) Would you be here praising Tom Selleck were he Indy instead of Ford (rules!!!)? And Thing #2) If the Indy concept were brought to light some-odd decades ago, who could've made it possible? A sore thumb for a forties-fifties Indy would be John Wayne maybe. Who'd have directed him/the other Indy?
: : I would have to probably say yes, because as much as I like Harrison Ford, It is the character I love, not him. It probably sounds cheesey, but I think Alfred Hitchcock would have been a great director at the time, due if not entirely to his mastery of suspence. My first choice as Indy would have to be Gregory Peck.
: : Professor Moriarty
: GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DO!!
OK, the Indy movies are among the best in cinematic history, and thanks to all invovled in the production. Now, WALACE, will you please answer the question?
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